Fielding Your Vendor Dream Team - Moneyball for Software
Each year, organizations cumulatively spend nearly 1 trillion dollars on enterprise software & services, and that number is rapidly increasing. The challenge Info-Tech has found is that over 50% of software purchasing decisions are ineffective. Worse, organizations are extremely likely to renew their software regardless of whether they are satisfied with it.
In this session we will share analytical insights from over 5000 in-depth enterprise software reviews we’ve collected from IT and business leaders to help you understand how you can more effectively select and manage enterprise software, and save money while doing it. Learn what processes are most and least effective, and where the risks are.
Hint: it’s not where you think.
Director, Innovation & Strategy
Info-Tech Research Group
Matthew Mandich is a Director with Info-Tech’s Innovation Lab with extensive experience in assisting private and public sector organizations at planning strategic transformations & data driven decision making. Mr. Mandich is a senior business transformation leader with expertise in developing, and more importantly implementing, business-critical strategies. With extensive experience across multiple industries and particular depth in public sector, his experience also includes the management of large scale business units
Mr. Mandich brings value as a business solution architect where his unique blend of consulting and operating experience helps build pragmatic solutions to complex problems. Combined with his depth of experience in the IT application and technology space, Mr. Mandich provides companies the critical support needed to bridge the gaps between business strategy and technology enablement - projects that deliver on their promises.
Matthew holds an Honors HBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario.